Neurogenesis & global neural plasticity via topologically-distributed activation-dependence

kenneth Collins kpaulc at earthlink.net
Fri Jan 7 21:34:22 EST 2000


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K. P. Collins

kenneth Collins wrote:
> 
> the dynamics that're transpiring are so Sorrow-filled.
> 
> 'knees-jerking' all over the place.
> 
> kenneth Collins wrote:
> 
> >[...]
> 
> > there's no 'mystery' here. it's all an interaction of body-orientation
> > =mechanics= with neural-activation dynamics. where the energy-flow that
> > is what's been referred to as 'gravity' comes into play is via the
> > stereotypically-repetitive =mechanics= that 'gravity' imposes on bodily
> > motion, including orientation.
> >
> > when one walks, for instance, one's arms 'hover' around the position
> > that's least energy consuming with respect to 'gravity', so the
> > correlated neural trophic dynamics 'hover' around the correlated
> > least-action (TD E/I-minimized) 'state.
> >
> > the same occurs in-utero be-cause 'gravity' always acts toward the
> > center of Earth, so even though a fetus has 'freedom' to to orient
> > within the birth fluid, the early effector activations are all subjected
> > to "gravity'" single force vector. this means that, despite fetal
> > orientation in the womb,
> 
> =given= the "special topological homeomorphism" of the nervous system
> (AoK, 'short paper')
> 
> >effector activations that oppose 'gravity' will
> > be qualitatively-'opposite' effector activations that 'go-with'
> > 'gravity'.
> 
> within the "special topological homeomorphism" of the nervous system.
> 
> > such yields the same 'centering' dynamics that were discussed
> > previously, and precipitate the same 'hovering' of neural activation
> > 'states' that result in the development of 'cortical columnar'
> > structure.
> 
> everything was Verified decades ago.
> 
> when a developing fetus is 'free' to orient in the womb this way and
> that, how can there be anything that's the 'opposite' of anything else
> with respect to 'gravity'?
> 
> be-cause of the "special topological homeomorphism" of the nervous
> system, which has been described in AoK all along, and with respect to
> which all of the neural-activation dynamics, and the
> activation-dependent trophic dynamics that are rigorously-coupled to
> them, are rigorously topologically-ordered.
> 
> the special topological homeomorphism maintains the structural order of
> the nervous system, with respect to 'gravity' (and all other external
> energy transduction =throughout Life), regardless of the bodiy's
> orientation with respect to 'gravity' (and all other external energy
> transduction =throughout Life).
> 
> K. P. Collins




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